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school bus. [kids shouting] ooh. [upbeat rock music] now don't forget, garcia, 10% of that goes to the house. (kid) snake eyes. ah, youth. (man) i love these shots. thank you very much, mrs. reeves. thank you. have a nice day. next. whoa-ho-ho-ho, look at those babies. adorable. come on, let's get started. are we married. i'm separated. then there is a god. let's try something a little special. here, try these on, tim. ooh yeah, i'll bet you like the sun, yeah. here, why don't you take that drink right there? yeah, that looks like fun, hm, hm? to me, this is an incredible shot. okay, okay. i can see you're not impressed. and you know what? you're right; i hate it too. that's because your kid is more hip, more now, more '80s. let's try these on here. now get ready. hold on to yourself. i'm crazy about this one. your own baby jedi. this is terrific. this is terrific. you're gonna like this one. huh? huh? huh? all right, you're not into science fiction. okay, let me think about this. let me think-- oh, mrs. klupner, why didn't i see this before? why don't you lean into the picture
open, don't operate electric switches that will cause a spark. don't use your cell phone. use the cell phone outside or a neighbor's phone to call 911. get everyone out of the building, close the gas valve and forget it. don't open it up again. there is probably a leak and you will have troubles wait for pg and e to test it. what's the most important thing in an emergency? everyday, water. somewhere in front of the house you will see these. san francisco water department. how do you get in here? easy. a long screwdriver or pry bar. pull it this way and the whole thing will lift out. even if it's crusty you can get it out. that's what it looks like. that's brass covered water meter. there it is. how would you tell if water was leaking if the building without going in there? that thing woulding pegged. this guy would be spinning. here's how you shut it on and off. like the gas thing, the valve thing with the square head. there are a couple of ears. you lineup the 2 ears. there is a hole to put a padlock. if it's on ita in direction of the /phroe. flow. when it's off, these 2 lineup. the
: >> most americans don't understand how we can ask a senior citizen to pay more for her medicare before we ask a corporate jet owner to give up tax breaks that other companies don't get. >> bill: while president obama continues to demonize the wealthy. what about the poor? can the government really help them by spending trillions of dollars? we will have a special report. >> what is the debt? >> it's on a huge clock right there. it's the debt ceiling crisis. >> bill: john stossel tries to find out how much americans really know about the frustrating and never ending debt debate. >> no i don't pay much attention to the debt. >> hallow pina burgers, new at carl's jr. >> bill: should the government tax unhealthy but good-tasting food to raise money and prevent illness? we'll have a debate on that as well. caution, you where to enter the no spin zone, the factor begins right now. captions by closed captioning services >> bill: land of opportunity: by americans are somewhat confused about what's going on. john stossel will demonstrate that a bit later on. what the debt situation is really, real
after, that's when people form and that's when they help out. >> this is the home work. you don't have to write it down it's in the manual. simple things for your home. hazardous conditions in our house. there is a course evaluation in the back of the book. i'm rob [laughter]. >> okay. let's get into the program today is utility control and fire hazard material. we will teaching how to turn your utility's off and what hazardous materials to look for. >> the first thing is natural gas. what do you know about natural gas? flammable. it goes, boom. it's important to shut this off. we use it for cooking, eating and hot water. there were 40,000 people that called pg and e about their gas. that means they call turned off their gas? did they need to do that? when do you have to? when there is a problem. how long did you think it takes pg and e to get out and turn it back on? 45,000 people. days weeks, may be a month. who has seen this in the streets. a lot of muck is in there is it's full of dirt and weeds you turn it to the right to tighten it and left to loosen it. your home work you have
, why is he getting further away. i don't understand. do you under stand? actually i'm going to be getting closer and closer to the herring and i make my voice smaller and smaller, so the herring will think i'm going away. it's very interesting and what will happen next. i sneak up just behind the herring and i say, what. what will you say? i can't hear anything. >> that's idea i make my voice smaller until i make no sound at alright. so the herring will think, he's gone. well, no fun today i guess but any way i am safe. and at that moment i capture him. what do you think of my wonderful idea. great. very good. very interesting. i'd like to see you try it. thank you and can you suggest a good place to catch and find many snow herrings. sure. into the temple. why don't you go there. thank you. i go now. going into the temple, the temple gate is closed for the night and the temple wall is too high for me to climb over. i have to look for away inside, okay. what is he doing but to leaning against the wall. it must have been a gardener that left this. okay. i use this. i found m
report. we don't have the actual building permits. i have not got it with me. this gives the information pretty much similar to the permit. missing signatures and stuff. the permit would have required a separate employment typical of any other permit. the work would have had to comply with the practices for lead based paint because it is a remodeled. and having got through the phase of demolition, it would require that of the tenants. they would be given three days' notice of the work. there will have to of been containment and clean-up. and if they had any problem with that, they could call and we would have sent someone from the program to make sure that that happens. i saw that in the brief period i would be available for any questions you have on the permit. >> there was a copy of the plumbing permits. it references 342, i don't know what has been appealed to us. >> i was under the impression that it was the building permit that had been appealed. >> and it references work and multiple units? >> hit references 342. the other permit, i would like to talk about that as well, but the ap
is very old. so, don't go plenty more all right. so. this is a real birds eye view. very good. someone is flying like me. i remember his face in my japanese history book. his real name is,foto shim. hi. good to see you. so, many messengers down there. so, they are waiving you. why are they waiving me. to take me. the end of my life. i'm dying now. oh, my god. so, any way i don't want to - that the river. must be the sticks i don't want to cross the sticks and die because i have no money. so, six months for currency in japan. cost of six bucks. i have no money so see you later. hey! so go to this. go to the east. [birds chirping] any way i'm safe as long as i still with birds. okay. wow. what's that coming towards me. okay. i should grab it. a kind of pole. hey, hey! i'm safe. so, any way, let's get to the - got to get out of here. go. get out of here. where am i? whoa this morning the sunrise is very beautiful. that mountain. i'm still in japan. wow i'm lucky. and there's a place to the temple gate. oh, it's my neighborhood. very lucky. so, where is the five story building. there
have a fun-filled week, just the two of us. get me in. craig: please welcome the legend that is mr. don rickles, everybody. [cheers and applause] ♪ [cheers and applause] craig: all right. >> that was good. that was good. craig: they're glad to see you. i'm still a little i don't know. >> you don't have to yell, i'm right on top of you. craig: i'd like to make sure you can hear me. >> ok. that's it for me. craig: i like that you're wearing tweed. is that tweed? >> what are you blind? i don't know i'm not in the garment business. i've got a garment. craig: i was trying to pay you a compliment. >> nice to see you folks. you work a lot of shows. it's in the dark. you don't see the people. but here you see the people. craig: maybe we should be in the dark. >> no, don't put them down. they're they're all dressed pretty bad. luke at this guy with the underwear. you get the class. you get the class. craig: did you do that scratchy -- >> it's from the navy. craig: you can't be scratching you're like that. >> i can do whatever i want. craig: yes, you can. >> i got ticks for crying outloud. crai
to let people hear about the course you are teaching because i would love to take it. i don't think i can go back in time to be with your students, but tell our audience about it. >> i teach at the women yams maratime museum in connecticut. i teach in the context of the literature of the sea. my students have an opportunity to read his work after for my students have an opportunity to read his book and after doing things like going in at schooner from key west to cuba. they have a special appreciation for key west and cuba. >> when will they take that trip? >> they have taken an already and in a week or two they will read the old man of the see as their final work in the course. >> the importance of ernest hemingway. >> his importance is he transcends the times in which he lived and wrote and speaks to all of us forever and his works do that because he dared to try to create an emotional truth. one of the first writers to do that. you recognize you had to craft that, way you style riding mattered. he was a craftsman completely and he recognized what he left out was more important than wha
. is that according to the new york times style book. >> i wouldn't use anything else. >> they don't have a talking paper. >> they sure don't. >> all right. her spirits are up and her hair is down. acquitted child killer casey anthony was in court on thursday where the judge sentenced the former mom to four years. but he gave her credit for credit for nearly 3 years and knocked off the rest for good behavior. so she will be at home next week. but more important, now that she was found not guilty of killing her daughter, she was ail to let her hair down, literally. yeah. from a plain librarian to a sexy siren. why not? you can't catch bees with vinegar. what will anthony do now? not porn. last night we reported that vivid video wanted to hire casey. but on thursday, vivid released a statement saying there has been an overwhelmingly negative response to our offer. it has become obvious to us that vivid fans -- noble that they are -- and people in general want nothing to do with her and that includes a xxx movie. my faith in the world is restored. let's check in with our legal correspondent. bulldogs
. was a little tipsy. i don't remember. any way. think can't move. someone is leaning on me so who is it. my cousin. my brother. we've been got by a hunter. hey! my cousin, wake up. no. not a good morning. we've been caught by a hunter. pass the word but be quiet okay. okay. wake up, wake up, wake up. wake up. wake up. wake up. wake up. wake up. wake up. hey! did you wake up? we've been caught by a hunter. right. i got a good plan. just do what i say. at the count of three, you flap your wings as hard as you can. right? 1, 2, 3 - flapping! i can't move. [help me screaming] very good. whoa. i'm going high. very good. wow. what is that. the lake. not the lake. big river. wow. what? many bridges. the bridge is very old. so, don't go plenty more all right. so. this is a real birds eye view. very good. someone is flying like me. i remember his face in my japanese history book. his real name is,foto shim. hi. good to see you. so, many messengers down there. so, they are waiving you. why are they waiving me. to take me. the end of my life. i'm dying now. oh, my god. so, any way i don't want to
-- you use the evidence to judge people. you really don't get into -- well, prosecuting or persecuting the victim for their personality or what's going on with them to actually look at the facts in the case, and to not get so caught up in the he said/she said. >> breaking -- a powerful man has tried to discredit his accuser. everyone has said, this will certainly have a chilling effect on women who come forward and that's a huge problem. >> yeah, after this-this is the biggest publicity zoo i have ever seen and suddenly, we have gone from the exhaustive examination of dominique strauss-kahn, to now it looks wike we're going to start an exhaustive investigation into the woman and it makes me uncomfortable to see this woman getting under the spotlight and we're trying to find out things, maybe she lied in the past. does this make you uncomfortable to see now people are going to dig into her background, the right direction for this to go? >> sadly, that's the norm in these kinds of case, especially with a high profile defendant, there will be investigation into the victim's past, and what
, handsome. >> i don't know what kind of game you are playing, but if you don't want to talk about how it is cheer up the lonely day, start the show. >> maybe i will. that's a great idea. >> go away. >> you go away. >>> let's welcome our guests. she is so hot that the sun has just turned in its two week notice. she can do a better job than the sun. i am here with courtney friel. she is so sharp that sharp cheddar is now called dev oo re cheddar. and it is bill shultz, my sidekick, and he is one of the funniest people in erk in. sitting next to me is joe derosa. his latest is available on i tunes and amazon. and he is a stupid, talking paper, what more do you want? good to see you, trash. >> according to writer douglas quinquad, an addiction is more of a physical disease and more schools introduced res den she -- residency programs in addiction programs. all i am addicted to is hard-hitting journalism. and i did have the problem with the jazz salt. but it was the 20s, and we didn't know it was bad for you at the time. >> the jazz salt? >> the jazz salt, greg. >> interesting name. >> it
numbers on. if i had a good time, i can say i think everybody around me has had a good time. i don't think anybody's walked away from the party being wild and saying i feel weird or used or that was dirty or something was wrong or bad. it might be dirty fun but at the same time, there's an element of clean to it. >> i like that. you are unashamedly a rocker. you like behaving bad. it's what rock stars do, right? >> i like who i am. i support i'm a crazy, wild dude. there's enough information to support i'm a single father that's been a stand-up guy in the community and i'm private about that stuff. it's on both sides. >> is there anything you regret? >> no. >> nothing? >> nothing. >> that's quite a statement. >> you know, i'm not into losing. so, i would never pick a battle i'm not going to win. whether it's getting older in life or having regrets or anything else. i find the good in it all. >> how do you feel about that? >> great. >> you like it? >> i love it. >> why? >> i can't fight it. i'm not going to lose. i'm going to embrace every day, every year, every age. whatever comes. i can l
bachelor. i would never marry a woman. >> stephen: smart man. keeping your options open. >> right, i don't want to get tied down. i want to be available-- for women. >> stephen: great- are you busy right now? >> well, now's not a great time. i have some guys over here, we were going to go down to the boiler room. >> stephen: to fix the boiler? >> sure. >> stephen: well, that's going to have to wait. i need a full-time handyman for a very rough job. >> to help with the interview? >> stephen: sure. >> okay. >> stephen: when we come back, tad and i will go down on -- sit down on -- sit down with dan savage. [cheers and applause] >> stephen: welcome back, everybody. my guest tonight is a nationally syndicated sex advice columnist, who says monogamy is out-dated. you know what never goes out of style? hell. please welcome dan savage! let's go, tad. let's go! come on! let's go! [cheers and applause] wooh! [cheers and applause] dan this, is tad, he is my heterosexuality accountability buddy. >> looves familiar. >> stephen: go packers! you are the country's leading sex advice columnist. you are
.s. military. they would rather be part of north korea. i don't know. this makes me as angry as a cute, angry kitten. [chuckles] [growling] >> me too, angry kitten. i am just as outraged as you are over this segment that we i trying to get through. what is this about? is about hating america? >> first of all, russia, didn't we win the cold war? south korea, didn't we fight for you to be free? and ukraine has been weak since that episode on a game board. so maybe we should tell them to call it whatever they want to call it. but when they get in to see the movie, it's "sex in the city 2." >> that's almost an act of war. >> why reward them? i mean, what?! that's a crap movie. >> you never saw it four times. >> absolutely not. it was five. no, i didn't say that. >> hey, mike, in the green room, you punched chad lowe, on the business channel because you were so outramminged. >> i was outraged. captain america is my all-time favorite super hero. now he's my kid's all-time super hero -- because they have no choice. being a hollywood insider, like i am, and dealing with studios constantly, this is a
at a minimum. >> we have to bite the bullet somewhere. >> do you understand the discussion now? i don't mean to suggest that you're not capable. i am not a lawyer. i assume that you are not also. this thing is to be reconciled in terms of some reasonable accommodation. it has been suggested because he is going against you in another matter that he would be barred from speaking with you directly but you can wave that. then you can have this conversation not about your lawsuit or anything else but how you solve the problems before us and that is to get the work done that needs to be done to your unit as quickly as possible and some possible arrangement that could be made that you would find to be reasonable. >> i would be more probable if i could have a day or two. i don't think my attorney would be happy with me doing that. there has been too much mistrust. maybe -- i don't know what the answer is, a day, two days. >> you would have a minimum of two weeks. >> look, i have made it this far. >> thank you. you responded to the question. we can take it from here. >> we have not even decided that
? >> people don't appreciate your, shall we say, liberal attitude of wearing pants when you go for your daily constitutional. >> well, they are just narrow minded. >> look, i am just passing a message. a message from many, many people, honest, hard working people who just want to live their lives about seeing you pantless every day. >> if they don't want to see you pantsless they can stay away from the reservoir every day between 10:00 and 11:00 a.m. >> that's monday through friday. >> on saturday and sunday it is 2 a.m. to 5 a.m. >> the people who see you there though aren't complaining. >> and why should they? it is a shame we never get each other's names. >> that's why i bought the glow in the dark tank top with your name and number on it? do you wear it no. >>> let's welcome our greatest. she is hotter than a hot pocket filled with law swraw -- lava and heated on the sun. i am here with brooke goldstein, founder of the children's rights institute, as if they need any. and director of the law fare project. and he is considered one of the funniest comedians working the circuit today. enough
's not there? >> i seen this before. it helps to sell macs. i don't know if you remember the magazine from the '70s. famous. do you have it? c'mon. there you go. this is obama's strategy. if you don't raise the debt ceiling we'll kill the granny. same with the dog. >> same medicare. women won't be i believe to get abortions, no no. obama care they did the same thing. halloween up on the hill. >> fear-mongering, i'm sure president bush never fear-mongered like this. >> he didn't threaten -- [ laughter ] >> c'mon! >> he didn't threaten not to pay social security. i think what is interesting is that debate moved beyond. you have the fact that the house cannot pass the tax increases. they coulded under the pelosi house either. it's ridiculous to say the republicans want to starve government. we have a representative government for a reason. people say we want the spending cuts, not just raise debt limit. a development yesterday where senator mitch mcconnell put forward a creative plan, i think will probably be rejected by the house. at least initially. not good enough for conservatives. >> the
'reilly sees you now. >> bill: the o'reilly factor is on. tonight. >> i don't think she will be back in the neighborhood. there is too many angry people. >> bill: a national uproar over the acquittal of casey anthony. some believe she will be unable to even live in florida. the latest on what will happen to miss anthony. also, a special body language segment on the reaction to the verdict. >> i think she a compelling public figure. >> bill: why are so many democrats saying so many nice things about conservative michele bachmann, a tea party favorite? it doesn't make sense. dick morris will analyze. >> this is not going work. >> bill: and dennis miller with thoughts on the casey anthony acquittal. also, vice president biden saying some controversial things to union workers. >> i'm not supposed to say this. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. dumb, beyond a reasonable doubt. as i said last night it would be unfair to disparage the jury in the case of casey anthony in the
don't think people realize it because they don't follow it, especially the people who are pushing to hold the line. so what if the debt ceiling -- i think they think it's money we haven't spent yet. that if we just cut it off, starve the beast, everything will be fine and we'll get our fiscal house in order. no. this is money we already spent. george bush and the republicans, they sat down and ordered a lot of food. then they got up from the table before the check came. now somebody has to pay that check. >> piers: the person in charge of trying to pay it is president obama. >> america does not dine and dash. >> piers: this is president obama in the press conference specifically on this debt issue. >> i will not sign a 30 day or 60 day or 90s day extension. that is just not an acceptable approach. if we think it's going to be hard -- if we think it's hard now, imagine how these guys are going to be thinking six months from now in the middle of election season when they're all up. it's not going to get easier. it's going to get harder, so we might as well do it now. pull off the ba
of the week you will be putting out a fire with a fire extinguisher. you don't want to learn out to house an extinguisher when they big fire is in front of you. when you turn off your natural gas and water. hazardous materials will be talked about next week. 35-40 percent of you. you will find out that all of you have hazardous material in your home. the third week is disaster medicine. you, going into a room spending 45 seconds on one person into 3 life saving techniques. by the fourth we we will teach you as search and rescuers how to keep yourself safe by identifying safe and none safe building to go into. sometimes objects are too heavy for you to liftoff of a body. we will teach you privying which will use anything you have, wood or cement blocks so you is see that people can lift heavy objects off of people. now, you have to have a plan. every program needs to have a plan. we can't say, here are your skills. class 6, after half an hour we will split you into teams of 10 people each. putting out the fires. you will go into a dark room and doing a search. you will be treating people
swing. republicans don't want the fight to get easier. boehner's spokesman said it is unfortunate for the debt ceiling to be increased because the time table is not ideal for a presidential campaign. >> are they so far apart and especially after the president's tone and remarks last night, that they are angry at each other? >> well, both sides would say they are not. both the president and speaker boehner said the talks have been civil, but there seem to be a little emotion in both of them especially the president yesterday. boehner said he gave up when the president demanded 400 billion in additional revenue on top of the 800 billion they agreed on . like negotiating with a bowl of jello. officials concede that mr. obama asked for the additional revenue and did so after the gang of six agreed on a two trillion dollar increased revenue figure and that got support from the number three republican in the senate. lamar alexander and the president feels that any plan to cut the deficit has to be bipartisan anyway and six the gang of six plan got support from republicans, why should he
will not vote to raise the debt ceiling, no matter what. >> i know that we can't keep spending money that we don't have. that's why i thought against the wasteful bailout, against the stimulus. i will not vote to increase the debt ceiling. i'm michele bachmann and i approve this message. >> now, mrs. bachmann is not alone there are other republicans who say they simply will not vote to borrow more money even if the president and the democrats approve dramatic spending cuts. talking points believes that is not a wise position. that if big spending cuts are agreed upon the federal debt ceiling should be raised for the good of the nation. it's the same thing that happened three years ago when president bush told the country the economy was about to collapse because the financial industry was going under. some americans didn't believe that but all the evidence says it was true. that the feds had to bail out the financial industry and that's what happened. same boat, different year. you can imagine what the worldwide markets will do if the u.s.a. defaults on obligations in august. all of us will suff
of the penn financial group. sometimes they work, sometimes they don't. his hepatitis got his own show. he is my repulsive sidekick, bill shultz. >> and he reminds me of the uncle who made me feel funny. sitting next to me is robert kelly. that's a complement. he made me funny. he is getting real thin dishing out commi spin. it is our "new york times" correspondent. >> a real hum dinger this morning. he breathlessly writes the federal reserve's move to have the bankruptcy from retailer when's the customers use a debit card. so, yeah, stop the presses much? look it was a bloody slow news day, by gum. >> bloody? >> yes. people say bloody and they don't have to be in england. >> see you in the hamptons i'm sure. >> you won't be invited. >> jersey shore is more your speed. >> thank you very much. >> you are welcome very little. >> okay. >> all right. >> okay. >> okay. >>> they won a four steed green into our stupid, stupid teen. the state of maryland, go tar heels, has become the first in america to impose something called an environmental literacy requirement for graduating high school. the
will be taping a sex scene for sin gnaw max. you would never believe where i get a paper cut. >> i don't want to know. >> i think you do want to know. >> i don't. >> i think you are a dirty freak and are dying to know. say are you a dirty little freak and dying to know. >> the puppet made you talk. >> black and down and up is white. i don't know where i am. more drugs please. >> are those with a sweet tooth destined for the fat booth? or does loading up on treats make for smart eats? according to the best study have i heard of, candy might help kids from becoming obese. let me repeat that. my friend carl has six toes on his left foot. >> what? >> that wasn't a repeat. researchers tracked the overall health of 11,000 kids between the ages of 2 and 18 over a five-year period. a job, by the way, i applied for and was rejected. they found the youngsters were 22% less likely to be overweight than kids who didn't. they also noticed that they had lower levels of a protein in their blood that is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease. but it is not a good idea for tweens to load up on reece's cups.
to determine the capacity of a child, we don't have to believe it. twenty years ago there were no charter of magnet schools. now we have seen with successful schools and classrooms all over in some of the worst performing school systems in the nation these great opportunities for education are taking shape. and newt truth is being written every day. the problem is we are to patient, too patient hoping and praying that one day this school will be better. if you just reform the school, but the new name, new theme, move this principle and, that principle lot. that is all we need. i don't think we have any more time to waste. we have given up all of the children that we can. we cannot afford to lose another generation. if you do not work in education, if he had not been on the front line, and telling you from a is worse than you can ever imagine. the circumstances are far more dire than you could ever imagine. so the good part of it is that we have solutions. they are at our fingertips. we absolutely know how to solve these problems. push has come to shove. enough is enough. >> are you tellin
don't think so. i think you have to have a tough skin to work on capitol hill. she did call him out. when i was a kid they always said, if you are going to call somebody out, you need to do it to their face. the thing you don't like to hear is somebody says something behind your back. i would say, why can't you say it to my face? if she wanted to pick a fight, why not say it to her face? >> they have history and they dislike each other. does that e-mail -- >> there is a lot of hot, sexual tension. >> doesn't the e-mail make more sense? >> sure it does. i totally agree. he hospital apologize. a lot of time these controversial e-mail exchanges happen when one politician e-mails to his staff. this is happening in the open. it is all fair play. and it is not like he is talking behind her back. this is politics. i'm sure she can take it. he shouldn't apologize. at least he is saying it out in the open. >> what do you think? >> wasn't there a tape of him apologizing? >> there is tape -- it was on the huffington post and we have been trying to hunt down why is that not an apology? was he t
think speaker baneor is absolutely right. you can't keep spending money you don't have. and there is a lot from china you don't stay a strong, forceful nation if you owe that money to a foreign country. >> the president has signed on as much as anyone signed on at this point to senate majority leader harry reid's plan. could you? >> no. a lot of budget gimmicks and a lot after tack -- accounting tricks. you listened to the president. what did you hear? scare tackics. -- tactics. you saw a president using poll-tested words he thinks are going to poll well with the american public. the president is there to educate the people about things not to scare them. >> greta: now, you say gimmicks and heard other people say that. are you saying the accounting gimmick because it, correct me if i'm wrong, is that it's cause for cuts in the future for thing that's haven't been appropriated?. >> there is that component to it. i do like the idea that that speaker boehner's atorch for every dollar you want raised we're going to find $1 of a cut in spending. that is the problem. i was ju
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